To have one’s beloved god given body part replaced with a metal part is scary business and rightfully so. The very thought of undergoing a surgery like a knee replacement can scare the bravest of souls. Hence, we doctors completely understand that its only human to be scared of thing we do not understand and try to find ways to avoid or postpone a surgery.
Long hours of texting and gaming can be harmful for children
For ages children have been having fun playing various games, exploring things with their friends and living their life to the fullest. Breaking windows and shouting out loud have been like the best moments children have. But almost for the last, the noises in the alleys and the pictures of children playing and having fun has vanished.
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It’s a well-known fact that walking for just 30 mins a day can significantly improve your health. Walking can improve circulation, heart health, digestion, boost the immune system, strengthen bones… the list is endless. However, people who have been suffering from acute knee pain, long walks might not be beneficial. On the contrary, it might worsen the pain significantly over time.
Avascular necrosis is the death of bone tissue due to lack of blood supply. Also called osteonecrosis, avascular necrosis can lead to tiny breaks in the bone and the bone’s eventual collapse. Avascular Necrosis is a disease where the cells of bone in the ball of the hip joint die due to blood deficiency. Adults who are 20-50 years old are at risk.
When deciding on a hip replacement surgery the first choice of a patient, if he must undergo a hip surgery is if it can be a partial one. This at least allows him or her to retain the natural joint component. However, when considering hip replacement surgery partial hip replacement surgery is not considered the best choice.